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Environment Pollution Solution

A study recently published in Free Radical Biological Medicine found that air pollutants in urban environments significantly reduce antioxidants in the body’s epidermis. That can lead to excessive free-radical damage and potential skin cancer. Another study, this one from the University of Texas, found a 70 percent drop in skin cancer risk when subjects simply took 100 I.U. of vitamin E each day and a 90 percent drop when they took 5,000 I.U. of beta-carotene.

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